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Various Projects and Operations


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Project Aquarius


A top-secret U.S. project started in 1953, set up to accumulate as much data as possible about alien life forms. more.



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Project Blue Book


Started in March 1952, Project Blue Book was the first and longest-running publicly acknowledged U.S. Air Force investigation into UFOs. more.



Operation Blue Paper


Post-BLUE BOOK UFO investigation.



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Project Gleem


In 1953, Project Gleem was initiated by order of President Eisenhower, who believed the UFOs presented a threat to the national security of the United States. Project Gleem, which became Project Aquarius in 1966.



Project Grudge


Contains 16 volumes of documented information collected from the beginning of the United States investigation of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO's) and Identified Alien Crafts (IAC). The project was funded by CIA confidential funds (non-appropriated) and money from the illicit drug trade. Participation in the illegal drug trade was justified in that it would identify and eliminate the weak elements of our society. The purpose of project GRUDGE was to collect all scientific, technological, medical and intelligence information from UFO/IAC sightings and contacts with alien life forms. This orderly file of collected information has been used to advance the United States Space Program.



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Manhattan Project


The Manhattan Project was the codename for an Allied project conducted during World War II to develop the first atomic bomb, before Germany or Japan. The project was led by the United States, and included participation from the United Kingdom and Canada. From 1942 to 1946 the project was under the command of Major General Leslie R. Groves, Jr. of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Army component of the project was officially designated the Manhattan District, U.S. Engineer Department, but was usually referred to as the Manhattan Engineer District (MED).


See: Oak Ridge, Tennessee





Project Mogul


A secret balloon project intended to carry instruments to monitor the progress of the Soviet nuclear weapons development program. The U.S. Air Force now claims this is what crashed in Roswell, NM in 1947.


Project Mogul, held in 1947, was a top-secret operation whose purpose was to use constant-level balloons to reveal soundwaves from secret nuclear tests in the U.S.S.R. Some of these balloon flights consisted of very long trains of balloons, containing up to two dozen neoprene sounding balloons each, with a total length of more than 600 feet. The debris from one of these balloon flights is claimed by the military to be the so-called UFO crash in ROSWELL, N.M.



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Operation Paperclip


America's search and capture of German scientist at the end of W.W.II.


Operation Paperclip

Operation Paperclip


Operation Paperclip Roundup

Operation Paperclip Roundup


A top-secret intelligence operation that began in 1945 with the Allied victory over Nazi Germany. It was a deeply covert program to bring Hitler's secret weapons and their designers to America. Among the aeroforms the Nazis had developed were strangely configured jet-propelled aircraft the likes of which had never been seen.


Convinced that German scientists could help America's postwar efforts, President Harry Truman agreed in September 1946 to authorize "Project Paperclip," a program to bring selected German scientists to work on America's behalf during the "Cold War"


Project Paperclip was stopped in 1957, when West Germany protested to the U.S. that these efforts had stripped it of "scientific skills."


This project was classified until 1975. Approximately 126 German scientists were imported to the US as a result of Project Paperclip.

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Project Pounce


The project formed to recover all downed/crashed craft and aliens. (PROWORD: DIXIE) Originally established in 1968. Its mission was to evaluate all UFO/IAC information pertaining to space technology. An elite group of Air Force Black Berets and military scientists who rush to the scene of any UFO crashes, cordon off the area, retrieve the extraterrestrial spacecraft and any occupants, then "sanitize" the crash site back to its pre-crash appearance, and intimidate any outside witnesses into silence.




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Project Rainbow


Project Rainbow was allegedly an experiment conducted upon a small destroyer escort ship (USS Eldridge) during World War II, both in the Philadelphia Naval Yard and at sea; the goal was to make that ship invisible to enemy detection. AKA: The Philadelphia Experiment more.



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Project Sigma


Was a 1954 top-secret U.S. project that studied how to communicate with aliens. (Proword: Midnight) more information



Project Sign


Project Sign was the first official U.S. Air Force UFO investigation. more.



Project Silver Bug


In the late 1940s the USAF started a program code-named: Silver Bug to build Vertical-landing take off / landing aircraft. The main design was disk-shaped. The Shape was designed by a NAZI Scientist who defected after WWII.


This is the end of the part that is Really credible.


During WWII the NAZIs captured a downed ET Disk and based their designs on this during the war, they never got past the drawing board though. After the war the Defecting Scientist brought the ET Disk with them to the US.


--The source for the ET Part is actually from a Russian Press Conference of all places! more.


Project Official Document Scans




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